We have expert betting tips for the card this Sunday at Sha Tin which features 10 quality betting races.
Punters are getting even fields to bet on this Sunday and there’s always plenty of value on offer at Sha Tin.
Sha Tin horse racing tips
Race 1. (15:15) C2 Handicap (1200m)
#3 – Fortune Booth – Bet Now
Fortune Booth is having his first run back from a spell and he could show good speed.
The John Moore-trained six-year-old has a good fresh up record of six starts for one win and four placings. That’s good form coming into this and it could offset his track stats.
He doesn’t have the greatest form at Sha Tin but that could all change in the opening race of the night.
Race 2. (15:45) C3 Handicap (1000m)
#2 – Stronger – Bet Now
Form is good with Stronger, which is fresh up having not run since May.
The Moore-trained runner was a winner at his most recent start when scoring by a nose against a very good field in Australia.
He was good enough to run fourth behind Bivouac at Randwick and that form looks hot for this level of racing.
Punters shouldn’t expect big odds.
Race 3. (16:15) C3 Handicap (1400m)
#8 – Everyone’s Joy – Bet Now
Frankie Lor lines up the four-year-old gelding which won his first two starts at Sha Tin.
The son of Redoute’s Choice then took on harder opposition and although beaten, he wasn’t all that far away from them.
After two runs this season, punters should expect him to be fighting out the finish in a tough race.
Race 4. (16:50) C3 Handicap (1650m)
#11 – Deal Maker – Bet Now
Deal Maker is a consistent type which has two wins and 10 placings from 15 career starts.
The six-year-old has had three runs this season for a fresh up win at Sha Tin and consecutive placings since.
The son of Darci Brahma has been showing good pace throughout his career and with any luck in running, he’ll be right in the thick of the action again.
Race 5. (17:20) C4 Handicap (1200m)
#12 – On Excel Star – Bet Now
On Excel Star has had only one run but it was an impressive third placing at Sha Tin.
We’re expecting the form to come out of that race with good authority. This race is no harder and the son of Niagara will only improve with time.
He should be able to get a good run in transit and be right there in the thick of the action.
Race 6. (17:50) C4 Handicap (1200m)
#5 – Fortune Happiness – Bet Now
Fortune Happiness is on fire with back-to-back wins coming into this. The Lui-trained runner turned around some fairly moderate form with two stylish wins.
The first came at Sha Tin by 1.8 lengths before doubling down and winning by a narrow margin last month.
It’s good form for this race and it should stack up nicely.
Race 7. (18:15) C4 Handicap (1800m)
#4 – King’s Man – Bet Now
The seven-year-old is an experienced winner of four from 44 starts and although he’s no superstar, he’ll give you a good sight.
King’s Man was a winner at Happy Valley last time out and now that he has broken through for the win, he could kick on with it.
Has loads of experience on this track and he’ll be at value odds.
Race 8. (18:45) Restricted C4 Handicap (1400m)
#10 – Sky Darci – Bet Now
Caspar Fownes lines up the three-year-old which ran well on debut and could continue that form.
The son of Darci Brahma might have finished 5.3 lengths behind the winner, but he still got the better of 12 other runners.
It’s a nice run for the future and he should take good benefit out of the run. Should be going close in this.
Race 9. (19:15) C5 Handicap (1200m)
#6 – Exponents – Bet Now
Exponents looks close to a win after posting a good placing at Sha Tin last time out.
The Tsui-trained runner is never too far away from the mark, despite owning some inconsistent form leading into this.
The Australian-bred by Foxwedge was a winner earlier this season in May and he showed good improvement when third behind Rochford last start.
Should be tough to hold out.
Race 10. (19:50) C5 Handicap (1650m)
#6 – Megatron – Bet Now
Megatron is looking to bounce back after a couple of solid runs. He was a winner three back at Happy Valley and hasn’t been beaten far since.
Both runs resulted in sevenths, but he was within three lengths in both starts, so there isn’t much wrong with that form.
Should be paying nice odds.